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cook. >> i'm dave clark. this spectacular light show all over the bay area skies over night. steve has been talking this morning. it's unusual to see thunderstorms this time of the year. >> yes. and we had a lot of lightning. janine de la vega is live for us in san jose with a look at some of the damage caused by one strike. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning, claudine. we are here on taylor and elm street in san jose. pg&e crews here behind me. benign that is a tree where lightning struck it and blew the top off of it. it is so dark you can't see it. we assumed the pg&e crews were here because the power is out to at least eight houses here. this crew was called out. they weren't able to tell me if it was due to the lightning and we're trying to figure out if that is the case and we'll let you know in the next hour or so. there was quite a lightning
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show that was very impressive and we hope to get you that video. andly get you some answers to see if this is part of the damage. we do know there was some chunks of wood in the street. the pg&e crews are working. but we hope to get you some of that video of that spectacular lightning coming up in the hour. >> thanks so much janine we appreciate it. we'd like to see your photos. there have been a lot sent in. head over to our facebook page and share those pictures with us. >> we want to see it. we also want to hear from steve paulson. it was quite a show. >> and also tell us where you took the picture from. i've had two people send me pictures and say look at this. that is great but where did you take it from? not bad for early august. we can get thunder and
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lightning into august. is the the low is moving in just to the south of us a lot of cloud cover. thunderstorms will start to develop again later today over the sierra. there goes our low. this is the second one this week. this time of year you don't usually see that. 50s and 60s. it will be cooler today. there is a little bit more of a breeze. it's more of a sea breeze. west, southwest. there goes our system. it will move to the east and give the sierra nevada a pretty good show. lots of low clouds in place for us. cloudy morning. afternoon sun. a little cooler though.
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light rain still possible or an isolated shower or two. 80s on the interior. 10:s around the bay -- 70s around the bay. you okay buddy? >> you know what happens when you get a cold. you feel bad for two or three days. and then you feel good. but then you have a could have that lasts through two weeks. >> why don't you take the next two days off. >> thank you i appreciate it. saturday and sunday. sounds good. let's get through this friday. steve is so generous. let's take a look at the commute now. if you are driving on the east shore freeway 80 westbound. no major problems. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, there is a very small delay. you have a little bit of time here. also looking at the commutes in the east bay. you can see traffic on 2680 is
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good you cannot wide hyde frat bay area. san francisco public utilities commission has closed 23,000 acres of wild lands right along highway 280. the areas include crystal springs reservoir and san andreas lake. it features trails for hiking, jogging, and bicyclists. now the roads north of panoramic highway they are closed to cars. smoking wood or charcoal fires are not allowed anywhere in the park because of that fire danger. there is a sign that the worst of the rocky fire may be almost over. evacuation orders for several areas will be lifted later
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today. officials held a community meeting to update residents about the fire. >> we are working hard to get this fire contained to get everybody back into their homes. >> residents were told resident centers will help them get on their feet and were asked to if -- californians should expect more sister for the record massive wild fires. however he added he is not just worried about this particular fire and this one fire season, he says his greatest concern is climate change. >> well, we've had droughts in the past historically.
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we haven't had drought with this elevated temperature. and that means we've got more dryness, less moisture, and more devastating fires. so more to come. >> governor brown is look into the possibility of providing fire insurance. time is 5:06. as expected donald trump headlined last nights debate between the republican presidential candidates with some more tough talk. here he is defending his earlier comments about illegal immigration from mexico. >> our leaders are stupid. our politicians are stupid. and the mexican government is much smarter and they send the bad ones over because they don't want to pay for them. they don't want to take care of them. >> in addition to immigration, the ten candidates on the stage took questions about health care, education, gay marriage,
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and terrorism. >> as president would you bring back water boarding. >> we have gotten into this mind set of fighting politically correct wars. there is no such thing as a politically correct war. >> coming up at 5:45, we will have a live report from cleveland, ohio. more highlights of last nights debate including a war of words between new jersey governor kris christie and kentucky senator rand paul. bay area republicans held a watch party last night at the presidio golf club in san francisco. more than 100 people came out for this inveighation only -- invitation only event. >> the way they speak. their body language. the way they interact with each other. it is very important. >> i really like donald trump and rand paul's idea. >> the people here say they look forward to the next
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debate. it is scheduled for september 13th here in california. san francisco came up last night during that debate. a question submitted by someone on facebook asked whether the candidates would support kate's law. drafted in response to the shooting death of kate steinle. >> i have authored kate's law in the united states senate and filed that legislation. i tried to get the senate to vote to pass kate's law. >> kate's law would mandate a five year prison sentence for undocumented immigrants who were deported but come back here to the united states. we're now learning one of two men accused of raping and fatally betting a be they are
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accused of -- after being raped and beaten with a be -- governor jerry brown will decide whether to provide parole to a transgender inmate who wants state to pay for her transgender surgery. in april a federal judge ordered the state to provide her sex change surgery which was scheduled for july 1st but that surgery went on hold. now if brown grants it, she hay hot be able to get that state funded surgery. now the job of officer edward ochoa what includes
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patrolling instagram. posting something online is like giving it to the public and the police can use your photos or video as evidence against you in court. the police say if criminals are smarter about using technology, the police need to be too. an investigation is under way at yosemite national park as a child contracted the plague while visiting the park. the child was hospitalized and is recovering. warning signs are going up along the park. the plague was spread by fleas and rodents. time is 5:10. the bay area getting ready for a big show. this weekend thousands of people will be in san francisco for the biggest music festival of the year. coming up at 5:30 we will take you there. live to san francisco and show you the final preparations under way for outside lands. >> and it's almost time to head back to school.
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a local group is making sure thousands of kids get the right start. >> good morning. we are looking at the east bay commute and checking out interstate 880 here in oakland. it doesn't look bad as you drive past the coliseum.
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a military plane started flying over the waters near the french island where part of a plane's wing was found. the search will also include soldiers on the ground looking for debris that might wash ashore. this comes amid reports that there is disagreements between france and malaysia. we are learning more about what caused the plane crash involving actor harrison ford. the cause of the crash was an engine malfunction. the report says a part inside the engine most likely came loose over the years since the world war ii airplane was restored. he had taken off from the airport in march when he began having that engine trouble. a san ramon valley high school graduate was seriously hurt after she fell from a hiking trail in oregon.
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21-year-old alisia was hiking when she fell ten feet and tumbled 30 feet more off a trail. a member of a search and rescue team was hiking nearby and was able to use a makeshift harness to keep her from sliding any further. she is going to the university of maryland. she graduated from san ramon valley high school in 2012. time is 5:15. we want to go back out to sal castaneda. how are things looking sal? any better? >> yeah things are okay out there claudine and dave. this morning's commute hasn't begun to be a problem for most people. let's go outside and take a look at the commute. the bay bridge toll plaza doesn't look bad add all.
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we are also checking out a look at interstate 880 north and southbound. traffic is moving well. i just saw something pop up on the chp dispatch computer. chp is looking for a crash near the caldecott tunnel. i'm not sure if it's on the open side or not. i don't see any slow traffic on the road sensors. let's go to steve in the weather center. >> thank you, sal. we do have mostly cloudy to cloudy conditions. looks like the the lightning show is pushing east. we are on the stabler side of it. red flag warning ended at 5:00 a.m.. that is because the low is moving in and we're on the western edge of it there. almost. still might end in a little bit of light rain but it looks like some of it out toward medesto
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and out toward the valley that is where the focus is right now. the low clouds all peel back to the coast. out to the valley that is where the rain is. it's not too heavy but there is light rain. 50s and 60s on the temps. it will be a little cooler today. 59 seems rather popular. i don't believe san francisco has had a low below 60 this morning. the last temperature was july 29th. we will go 70 for a high. 63 san francisco buoy. bodega bay holding at 58. firefighters got some good news late yesterday and over night.
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humidity 40-50%. temperatures 60s and 70s so it hasn't cooled off that much. instead of the teens and 20s and a north, northeast breeze. look at travis. 23 gusts to over 0 p.o.. that is a roaring delta breeze cool paired to yesterday. the low is moving as it does still low clouds in place. once they burn back we'll have sunshine and a little cooler. the the lightning and the low move to the east. a cloudy morning. a few breaks in those clouds. the breeze will kick in a little bit. 80s on the temps. 70s in the bay.
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it will be cooler for us that is for sure. >> that height lightning show on a scale of 1-10. >> that is a 10 for us. >> all right, thanks, steve. it is almost time to go back to school can you believe it? today thousands of south bay families will get much needed help. sacred heart community service will be given be p thousand back billions all were if the guy if starts at 7:00 a.m.. 200 school children will receive school supplies and new shoes, clothes, and a $50 gift card to old navy. st. anthony says more than 2100
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children reported being homeless at the start of last years school year. you ready for the kids to go back? you can just tell me. >> yes. >> i figured that. the republicans that want to be president stepped into the ring last night and exchanged some jabs. >> he's already hedging his bets because he is used to buying politicians. >> well i have given them plenty of money. >> coming up in 20 minutes the live report from cleveland and the pledge donald trump refused to make that angered fellow republicans. >> but first a san francisco woman fights back against sexist comments. up next her social media posts that have created a movement. female announcer: right now at sleep train,
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lands and songs about san francisco in general. due to that festival concert. there is a special song you want us to play, you want to hear it, send it to us. we are playing your requests every friday morning. just use #ktvu on twitter, facebook or instagram. >> steve is with you on this song. >> he's over there dancing in that weather center. all right maybe not. [ laughter ] it is 5:24 on the clock. you will have to check out this new flexible metal charger from tesla. we have video of it. it's called the snake bot auto charger. it moves out of the wall and connects to your car. it's in testing now. when it launches the company says it will work with every model s on the road. a senate report calls on
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the government to crack down on those fees while flying. seat reservations, checked baggage, and ticket changes are often hidden from consumers until they get ready to pay. this report also says it's hard for consumers to find information about all of though -- all of those fees on airline websites. mcdonalds trying something a little different. trying to get more customers abroad. mcdonalds rolling out table service at certain over seas locations. here's how it works. diners can order food a touch screen kiosk. you sit and wait for the food to be delivered to you. mcdonald says the service has been really popular in locations in several countries. however, there are no plans to bring it here to the u.s.. all of this comes after another round of cuts at mcdonalds.
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and it's not over yet. the ceo of mcdonalds wants to make $300 million in cuts by the year 2017. a thought provoking post by a woman has exploded in a media. isis receive ised some sex us comments. she is 22 years old. she then posted a photo of herself with a #i look like an engineer and it started a new movement. hundreds of women have up loaded their own photos using that same hash tag. >> this has been reached by more people than i can count. everyone has their own experiences. i think this campaign is addressing a greater issue that wouldn't be heard by so many people if they didn't feel the same way. >> gasia mikaelian talked to her. you can hear more of gasia cease interview coming up on
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the 8:00 hour on mornings on 2. time is 5:26. the skies i know you saw them it will up over night. hundreds of lightning strikes seen in every part of the bay area. the warnings still in effect until 11:00. >> plus it's time to crank up the tunes. we'll tell you about all the preparations going on and why people who live nearby they are not so thrilled about the music festival. >> a pretty good show last night but it is pushing east. it looks like temperatures will be cooler on friday. happy anniversary to me
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head for the light. did you see this? hundreds of lightning strikes it will up the bay area skies over night. this is video from one of our ktvu photographers. this was shot in hollister. incredible. and here's a look at the lightning strikes from our camera in san jose. this is no joke. you can see planes taking off from the airport and lightning strikes in the distance. a lot of our viewers are showing their photos of this lightning strikes. these are just a few of the dozens we have received just this morning. we want to see your photos.
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goo go to our ktvu facebook page and share them with us. welcome back it's a brand new friday morning. it is august 7th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, to you i'm claudine wong. pam cook has the morning off. your time is 5:30. let's go over to steve paulson. the fire danger we always worry but spectacular light show. >> for us that is very good. remember where to tell us where you took your lightning photo from. it looks like everything is winding down for us although the low clouds and higher clouds are in place. no red flag warning. that ended at 5:00 a.m.. there is one out there the mother load. national weather service says we will focus our attention on the sierra. that is where the action will pick up a little bit later as the low punches in. as it does we will watch near hollister. this is our lightning
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detection. last night that is -- a lot of peninsulas east bay. a few light showers for us. generally a lot of low clouds and higher clouds as everything moves off to the valley. there is our low give it credit. two in one week. this one was the stronger of the two. 50s and 60s on your temps. san francisco 59. hit their first 59 of the month. we will see a little bit of afternoon sun but it could be cooler and breezy. generally looks like we are done. 70s and 80s. all right sal that was eric burden and the animals that you played before. the warm san francisco night and it has been warm san francisco nights. absolutely. that song is very appropriate. and it's actually an iconic song about san francisco.
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thank you very much, steve. steve has very good music knowledge. let's take a look at what we have now. we will start off in the east bay. we have a crash. i told you about this last time. westbound 24 year the caldecott tunnel there is a crash. it's being cleared. unfortunately it's nice and early. if you drive through and used to absolutely good traffic, there is going to be a backup. it is blocking lanes and now unfortunately as we were speaking i saw it pop up it has turned into a cig alert and that means we are expecting it to be out there for awhile. westbound 24 near the caldecott it is blocking lanes. if this is your commute you have a couple problems. leave the house and leverly or use an alternate route. here's a look at commute. you can see traffic is moving
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alongwetwet but again. we will keep acolous eye on it for you. let's talk about what is is happening today. outside lands is a three-day music festival. it starts today and ktvu fox 2 reporter alex savidge has more on the lineup and alex, i know people are always a little concerned about the congestion and the people and the parking and everything that goes along with it. >> yes. those ongoing issues we hear about them every year. and they are still issues again this year. neighbors not always thrilled once this festival gets under way here. three-day music festival and it will be kicking off in a few hours here in golden gate park. you know, outside lands of course as we always know this show always sells out but this year get this. all the tickets were gone in 45 minutes if you can believe that. this year the headliners elton
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john, mumford and sons just to name a few acts. last night we saw crews out here in golden gate park busy building all of the numerous stages. they were setting up the lights. and fans are excited to see so many great musical acts all in one spot. but neighbors nearby here they are not so excited about the noise and the traffic that comes along with this festival. some say outside lands often makes them feel like prisoners in their own homes. >> it's like an airport. it's like a drop off and pick up zone. and the tenants can't leave their garages and they can't come back because it's just packed with taxis and limos. >> and many people who live nearby to golden gate park say they will simply leave town during outside lands weekend.
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to help handle the crowd muni says they will run extra buses and trains so people can get out here. tens of thousands of people will be on hand here this weekend and claudine the first musical act will be hitting the stage just about noon today. so all the fun gets started in a few hours. >> let's hope it goes smoothly as a festival can go. thank you, alex. for a complete look at what is happening this weekend at outsidelands all you have to do is go to ktvu.com. it's oleander the weekend watch -- it's all under the weekend watch tab. an assistant district attorney in alameda county is on administrative leave after a gang leader accused her of laundering campaign donations. now on tuesday in a court filing alreadies for raymond shrimp boy chow accused sharmin
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bock of being part of a corrupt political i legal president a spokesperson for sharmin bock raised questions about chow's movements. >> his attorney will do or say things to misdirect attention. >> reporter: sam singer is prekick ticketing terror former senator yee. a man plans to sue the city of roanoke park after shooting vell phone video. don from he says he was attaching his boat to his trailer when the police officer got out of his patrol car and pulled out his gun. the officer can be heard telling him to take his hand out of his pocket.
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he can be heard saying he didn't do anything wrong. mccome mis' lawyer says the officer abused his power. roanoke park city leaders say they are aware of this video. >> we are familiar with the video. we have seen it. we are concerned about what we have seen and taking a look real closely. that will include a review of the intersections on the video as well as our policies and procedures. >> the officer involved is on vacation which city leaders say it was planned before this incident. two santa rosa men were arrested on charges of committing a half a dozen armed robberies in sonoma county. police said they robbed farm sis on sunday. investigators say evidence related to the robberies was
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found at the suspects home. sheriffs deputies say they made a marijuana bust worth $1.6 million in the santa cruz mountains. they call it a sophisticated grow operation including under ground irrigation on seven acres. the concerned neighbors tipped off deputies and they found 830 marijuana plants. >> just seeing the fedex containers, the large amount of cash, all the vehicles on the property are from out of state. it's not for medical or personal use. >> five people were arrested. they are facing charges of cultivation and possession of marijuana for sale. a man mowing grass along a runway at a airport in hollister was killed. he was hit by a plane that was landing. it happened at 10:30 yesterday morning. police say the pilot didn't see the man on the lawn mower and hit him after he touched down. the pilot and a passenger of the plane suffered minor injuries. police haven't told us the
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mammonism of the man that was killed but say he was 75 years old. that pilot was coming from reed hill view airport in san jose. three uber drivers are making sure if -- yesterday the attorney for the three drivers asked a federal judge to allow the lawsuit saying it could help tens of thousands of drivers. the attorney for the driver says they want to be reclassified as employees instead of contractor. that would make them eligible for health and retirement benefits and give them the right to form unions. uber says the lawsuit challenges the company's business motto. >> uber will continue to succeed and thrive no matter how this case goes forward and do its best to come up with a system that is good for the drivers. >> other uber drivers are not interested in becoming employees. that decision could take a few weeks. changes are under way to san francisco's market street to try to make it safer.
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for city crews started installing new signs on the busy street. warning drivers not to turn on to market between third and eighth street. it's part of a safety plan called vision zero which aims at eliminating traffic deaths in the city. commercial vehicles, buses, and bikes will still be allowed to make the turn but ride sharing services like uber and lift will not. the signs will be unvailed on monday. economic news. this could have a big impact for the next several months. the labor department announced american companies added 215,000 jobs last month. the job increase is a signal the u.s. job market is going up steadily. economists say this kind of positive announcement means the federal reserve may think the economy is strong enough for an interest rate hike as early as september. apple says more than 11 million people have signed up to try out its new music
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sometiming service. apple music launched on june 30th. the three month trial membership is free and after that subscribers can pay $10 a month. apple says it's happy with the numbers so far. popular music streaming service spotify has more than 20 million paying subscribers. continuing turf problems at levi stadium are forcing 49ers to cancel a workout this sunday. now the 49ers had planned to practice more at levi stadium but the team is working out at its training facility next door because of the turf issue which caused players to slip and fall. 20,000 49ers fans won a drawing to attend sunday's practice. time is 5:42. contra costa county is parting ways with the police helicopter. coming up in the next half hour what officials are asking for as they auction off this old
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chopper. >> if it weren't for me, you wouldn't be talking about illegal immigration. >> fire works fire at the presidential debate. we'll have a live report from cleveland. >> good morning we have a problem approaching the caldecott tunnel. i'll tell you that. so far no sign of a big problem here but in orinda you are beginning to see some slow traffic.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. there were fire works as
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expected last night at the first republican presidential debate in ohio. now all told a huge field of 17 candidates took part in front of a very big crowd. our reporter doug luzader is joining us. show us the highlights. >> reporter: a lot of those highlights involve not surprisingly donald trump. there were two other candidates that really tangled. >> listen senator when you are sitting in a subcommittee blowing hot air about this, you can say things like that. >> reporter: it didn't take much to get these guys going. >> i don't trust president obama with our records. i know you gave him a big hug and if you want to give him a big hug again, go ahead. >> reporter: that over a question of government phone record searches. and as expected front runner donald trump made some ways. >> raise your hand now if you won't make that pledge tonight.
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mr. trump. >> reporter: trump leaving the door open to run as an independent. he was pressed on statements he made about women, his business history and the issue that ultimately fueled his rise in the polls. >> if it weren't for me, you wouldn't be even talking about illegal immigration. >> reporter: some were clearly careful when it came to trump. >> it seems like this election has been a whole lot about a person who's very high in the polls, doesn't have a clue about how to govern. a person who has been filled with scandals and who could not lead and of course i'm talking about hillary clinton. >> reporter: and all of this came after somewhat lower key debate hours earlier featuring the seven gop candidates who department make the polling cutoff. with carly fiorina getting the most social media
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>> god has blessed us. >> reporter: it will be fascinating to look at the first national polls that come out. in the meantime what we have to go on google trends and during the main event donald trump had more google searches associated with his name then any of the other candidates. during the earlier event it was carly fiorina who simply dominated. dave. >> wow. very interesting. doug luzader, thank you. >> the we is will the google searches be positive, will they be negative? >> and it's still early too. >> it is very early. early enough to have some problems on the road. >> yeah. we have a problem approaching the caldecott tunnel claudine and dave. traffic is packing up through
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those for you will see slow traffic. the backup hasn't quite reached orinda yesterday and they are making it. if if -- it's going to be from slow sloe as you approach the plaza. usually we have a bigger backup than this so it's a little lighter than usual. 280 san jose that is good. that is northbound 280 on the right. from san jose jazz festival is this weekend as well. we don't want to forget that. there will be for is be
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pockets. 60s nor -- the thunderstorm activity has moved east. the red flag warning is over for us but it has been issued by the national weather service. plenty of low clouds. the higher clouds are clearing an area pretty fast here. i think we are about done here. but still cloudy up in lake county and that is good. we'll take the cloud cover and cooler temps as well. not much left of any of this rain as it moves off. there goes our low really two of these this week. this was the stronger of the two. focus most of it on the southern end of the peninsula. a really good show around hollister and santa clara valley. 50s and 60s on your temps. running a little cooler with that breeze. we'll go 70 for a high.
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there will be low clouds coming back. again it has been much colder in the past. today won't be too bad it will be on the mild side. humidity is okay. 30-40-50%. at least not teens or 20s. there are cloudy conditions. at least for the morning. a little bit of a breeze. there is a roaring delta breeze. that has really cranked up. yesterday was 3 miles an hour. so that is a huge difference. ha is a sign it will be a little cooler. that low moves in. variable direction. mainly out of the north, northwest. there goes our system. very well done for this time of year to get that kind of a lightning show over us. cloudy morning. afternoon sun. it will be a little cooler. 80s on the temps. 60s and 70s and also 80s. it looks like a rebound on these temps as we go through the weekend. night and morning fog not going anywhere. there is a hint of a cool down from the north. probably not until tuesday or
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wednesday. >> from where? >> pacific northwest. which is rare for august as well. so plenty going on. >> thanks so much. it's considered one of the greatest art thefts in history. coming up in 25 minutes surveillance video just released by the fbi. they hope this will help recover $500 million worth of art stolen 25 years ago.
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strum it sal. >> billy idol. he will be at outside lands. our theme is outside lands. or songs being outside in san francisco. billy idol does this song it will tear the roof off the place even though it's outside. [ laughter ] i can't. there is a special song you want us to play, send it to us. we will be playing your requests every friday morning. just use #ktvu. here comes the big part. ♪ because in the midnight hours ♪ my goodness. back to you guys. >> got to make the face too.
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>> that song brings back so many memories. [ laughter ] thanks, sal. time is 5:55. ohio family created a visual bucket list so their daughter can see all the wonders of the world before she goes blind and now an airline is helping that girl check things off her list. she was recently diagnosissed with an illness that will cause her to lose her vision in the next five years. when turkish airlines heard about her story it offered her a free trip. the family chose rome so she can see all the spectacular art work and statue. other items include a look at the stars and at moon through a telescope also a theater production of mary poppens. john stewart did it. last night he signed off from the daily show. >> goodbye or good night. i'm just going to say i'm going to go get a drink and i'm sure i will see you guys before i
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leave. >> john stewart. great comedian. stewart ended his 16 year run as the host of the daily show last night. he took over as host from craig killborn in 1999. he ended with a performance by bruce springsteen and all of those folks crowding around him. 5:57. a lightning show across the bay area while it was impressive it also caused some damage. >> also the words of the rocky fire -- also the worse of the rocky fire may be over. female announcer: you're on the right track to save big during sleep train's triple choice sale. for a limited time, you can choose up to 48 months interest-free financing
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good morning. a lightning show across the bay area. it was very impressive but we'll also show you the damage it caused. plus. >> god has blessed us. he's blessed the republican party with very good candidates. a democrat can't even find one. >> the top republican candidates for president in cleveland. we'll have highlights of last nights debate.
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we are live for you in golden gate park this morning. i think that is the vip entrance. that is where alex savidge is hanging out. >> of course. >> it will be busy there this weekend because it is time for outside lands. there are big name headliners drawing tens of thousands of music fans to the sunset and richmond districts. but of course with all of those people come concerns from the neighbors. so alex will have more on that for us coming up in just about two minutes. good morning to you. it is friday, august 7th i'm claudine wong. pam cook has a much deserved day off. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic and lightning. >> it's moving out. our show was last night but not bad for us. pretty good. of course we don't want any lightning strikes but that is all focusing its energy up toward the mother load. for us there is a lot of

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